Andrew Murie - Chief Executive Director, MADD Canada

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Andrew Murie has been MADD Canada’s Chief Executive Officer since 1997. His responsibilities include managing the National Office and facilitating MADD Canada’s public policy agenda, national programs and victim services to its 100 volunteer groups across Canada. 

Andrew’s career spans over 35 years within the not-for-profit sector at local, provincial and national levels. Prior to joining MADD Canada, Andrew worked for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. Andrew has a Master’s Degree in Management from McGill University, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from McMaster University and a Diploma in Recreation Leadership from Mohawk College.


Andrew is a member of ICADTS (International Committee on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety) and a member of the Blue Ribbon Panel for the development of DADSS (Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety) technology. He is also a Co-Chair for Canada’s National Alcohol Strategy Advisory Committee.

Mohawk College awarded Andrew its Alumni of Distinction Award in 2005, and nominated him for the Premier Award for Community Services in 2013. In 2012, Andrew was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in honour of his long-term service to the charitable sector.

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